“He was no longer a Nazi guard, he was just a caring old man. When two people touch there is a humanity that you cannot remove.”
The party, attended by students at a small Connecticut university, quickly got out control, but the school’s president made a surprise visit that has neighbors seething.
The slogan reads: “The perfect beer for removing ‘no’ from your vocabulary for the night.”
If all goes as planned to two businesses, one located in Columbia City and the other in Angola, will create 69 new jobs.
Hands pressed together in supplication, the Nepalese women pleaded for food, shelter and anything else the helicopter might have brought on an in-and-out run Wednesday to this smashed mountain village near the epicenter of last weekend’s mammoth earthquake.
Only about a quarter of eighth graders showed solid performance or better in U.S. history, civics and geography on tests known as the Nation’s Report Card.
Obama claimed to be the first president to recite a haiku, a form of Japanese poetry that consists of just three lines and rarely rhymes, before offering his toast on Tuesday night.
The poll also finds that Americans are more likely to favor than oppose marriage for gay and lesbian couples being legal in their own states.
Though some might find toilet-to-tap totally gross, places from Singapore to parts of California and Texas use treated effluent for drinking water, generally mixing it into the regular supply.
Gunshots, fires and looting rocked Ferguson overnight, as protests erupted following the death of a black man in police custody in Baltimore.
Howard Johnson’s restaurants — the once-ubiquitous orange-roofed eateries that nourished baby boomers before the rise of burgers and burritos — have almost disappeared.
More visitors to Yahoo, NBC and other top Internet sites are getting their news from mobile devices than from desktop computers, according to “State of the News Media 2015.”